Grateful Dead Live at Moscone Convention Center on 1982-05-28
d1t01 Alabama Getaway >
d1t02 Greatest Story Ever Told
d1t04 Little Red Rooster
d1t05 Tennessee Jed
d1t06 Truckin' >
d1t07 Dr//ums** >
d1t08 Space >
d1t09 Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad >
d1t10 Not Fade Away+
d2t01 Boz Scaggs introduced by Bob Weir
d2t02 Walkin' Blues*
d2t03 A Mind To Give Up Livin'* >
d2t04 Turn On Your Lovelight* >
d2t05 Johnny B. Goode*
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Moscone Convention CenterLocation San Francisco, CASource Unknown Audience TapeLineage Cassette > Nakamichi Dragon > RCA/XLR > Lunatec V3 (@ 2496) > coax > Audiophile 2496 > WaveLab 5.0 > .wav @ 2496 > Wave L3 UltraMaximizer > .wav @ 16/44.1 > CD Wave Editor > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC(8).Taped by UnknownTransferred by Alex Ford
- Airto Played whole show
- *with Boz Scaggs & John Cipollina **with Flora Purim +with John Cipollina
- Vietnam Vets benefit - Airto played the whole show - lineup: Country Joe; GD; Jefferson Starship
- only "A Mind To Give Up Livin'" - last "Walkin' Blues": 10/07/66 
- SBE Free.
- Complete show with the exception of the tape flip during Drums.
- Source cassette graciously provided by Mark McCue.
- Transfer, edits, conversion & seeding by Alex Ford September 2007.
January 11, 2013
Not the first since Pig, that would've been the year prior during an Amsterdam "whoops" show.
January 30, 2010
Remember it Well
I would agree....live and in person the energy and the crowd were insane that night, but the sound in the place was bunk. felt like i was looking for the right place to hear well the first 4 or 5 songs. They kicked into really high gear in this show and rocked the whole second half. The Boz Scaggs set was just smokin'....
August 6, 2008
Dead & Friends 1982-05-28
Good strong recording. The Bos Scaggs set is not to be missed.
May 28, 2008
This was one of my favorite shows. The Dead lost the coin flip with the Starship and were the second billing. Country Joe open with a find set of his best solo and CJ and Fish stuff.
Wild Light show.
The Dead were fast and without much tuning. Only slow song was Althea and it rocked. The Boz Scaggs and Cipolina set was the strongest blues set I have ever seen. The first Lovelight since Pig. Jerry had his back to the audience and stood in front of the drum riser as Billy counted off and boom the openinf riff to God's country....
Starship was solid, but the Dead stole the show.
The sound a view was poor from the back and sides alot people got burned if they were not up front. Big flat poor sound room. The played on the side of the football field side of the thing. One shot gig, that delivered if you were in the right spot.